Generally good composition and an OK, if not spectacular, still life image.
Use of the rule of thirds is very good but, in general, the images falls down in technicals. There is lack of detail in the purple flowers, it has a number of overexposed areas on the ribbons and the BG color changes and tonal shifts are weak. A good still life image requires perfect technicals. Strong tones are a must. You want tones to be very smooth and yours are not. For still life images you want to strive to have unique light that highlights some special aspect of the subject.
This image meets the challenge but generally does not offer the viewer much more reason to look at it. Still life images typically do not do well at DPC and your score reflects that both for content and technical reasons.
Contrary to popular belief, still life images are very difficult because they require perfect technicals to have impact. They are studies in lighting and shadows and you must pay particular attention to lighting and tones issues to get a good result.
I would try another still life keeping in mind lighting and shadows to set it apart from the ordinary, then strive to post process the best it can possibly be to highlight those things.
Some cameras are better suited to some types of imagery over others. Your Coolpix 950 is pretty old technology and that makes still life images more difficult for you.